The Polling Station is a podcast of around 5 minutes with short informative little pieces on the election matters that are being missed, evaded, obfuscated or terminalogically inexactituded in the normal election coverage. It’ll be every day between now and the election, with Ivan McKee, myself and others. It also features William Duguid‘s Terminalogical Inexactitude of the day.
This time Ivan and I got round to SNP economic policy in a UK election. How does it differ from that of the main parties and what influence could it have. On the Scottish side of it, what happens to the oil money if there is full fiscal autonomy/responsibility?
Also, William Duguid speaks of Oor Jim and Naebody’s Piers Morgan.
This is the 10th episode, you can find the others here
Hope you enjoy…